iPhone 13 range seems to have already appeared in an official database

iPhone 13 range seems to have already appeared in an official database

One thing that needs to happen for any phone before it’s launched is regulatory certification with various official bodies around the world, and that process appears to have started for the iPhone 13. Consomac (a French site focused on Apple news) has spotted what appears to be the iPhone 13 range on a Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) database. Seven model numbers are listed, specifically A2628, A2630, A2634, A2635, A2640, A2643 and A2645, and while the iPhone 13 isn’t mentioned by name, these are listed as Apple smartphones, and the numbering suggests they’re newer models than the iPhone 12 range. • The iPhone SE 3 could also be on the way • Everything you need to know about iOS 15 So this is almost certainly the iPhone 13 range that we’re looking at, and information on the EEC is usually accurate – not that there’s much information here, with the model numbers being about all that’s listed. Note also that those seven models won't be seven distinct phones, rather they're likely for different storage capacities or other minor differences. Still, with …
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